Who is the young man, kissing Malia Obama?

Who is the young man, kissing Malia Obama?

Who is the young man, kissing Malia Obama?

Chelsea Clinton, a persistent advocate for privacy when it comes to kids living in the White House, chimed in shortly afterward.

We hope that doesn't happen to Malia and Farqy (which is what we're sure his friends call him), firstly because we want her to be in the United Kingdom as much as possible so we can hang out with her, and secondly because she deserves to be with someone that looks at her like Joe Biden looks at Barack Obama. The video surfaced after publications such as TMZ and the Telegraph scrutinized the 19-year-old for kissing a boy and smoking at a tailgate for the Harvard-Yale game on Monday. Both Malia and Farquharson are Harvard students.

According to DailyMail.com, 19-year-old Rory Farquharson attended the swanky Rugby school where he was a prefect.

On Friday, just four days after Malia had made headlines for a kiss, a video of her blowing smoke rings quickly went viral after being posted - and later deleted - by Barstool Sports.

Ivanka Trump said, "Malia Obama should be allowed the same privacy as her school aged peers".

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Furthermore, Malia was the subject of several media reports indicating that she served as the intern with Hollywood producer, Harvey Weinstein, and worked at the NY office in January.

A year ago her father revealed that Malia and her younger sister Sasha had already started dating, but joked that he was "pretty relaxed" about the prospect because the family still have Secret Service protection. She is a young adult and private citizen, and should be OFF limits'.

It is an interesting yet hilarious insight into the boy's life considering he kissed the former first daughter.

First lady Melania Trump thanked Clinton for her defense of her son and called the media coverage a form of cyberbullying.

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